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Trenton Girls Give Chilli Scare, But Fall

The Trenton High School girls’ 2014-2015 basketball season came to an end on Thursday night at the Class 3, District 15 Tournament in Richmond, but not without the Lady Bulldogs pushing top-seeded Chillicothe to the limit. Trenton made a go of it, but came up 11 points short in the end, falling 47-36.
Trenton would trail 11-7 after the opening quarter of play and the lead grew to 10 points

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Trenton Will Compete In GRC East

The Grand River Conference realigned its divisions following Putnam County and Milan joining the conference last week. The division realignment and other questions were addressed at a meeting held in Gallatin on Wednesday.
The big news out of the meeting was the realignment of the divisions and the divisions being named. The divisions will be called the East and the West. Trenton will compete in the East Division for softball

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Lady Pirates Hold On, Men Bounced

The North Central Missouri College basketball teams opened play in the NJCAA Division II, Region 16 Tournament on Thursday in Joplin. Both teams entered the tournament as number-one seeds, but only one would escape the semifinals with a victory. The Lady Pirates scored a 76-64 win over Cottey College, but the North Central men suffered a 99-90 loss to Penn Valley.
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The North Central women escaped Cottey College’s

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 2-26-15

Linn County Girls 74
Grundy R-5 Girls 32

The Grundy R-5 girls saw their season come to a close in the semifinals of the Class 1, District 12 Tournament, falling to the host school, Linn County on Thursday.
Grundy fell behind early, trailing 26-8 after the first quarter. Linn County would outscore Grundy in each of the remaining three quarters as well, pulling away for the 42-point win.
“The girls

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Soccer Stars Seeking Board Members

The Trenton Soccer Stars recreational summer soccer league is seeking volunteers to serve on its board of directors. The opportunity is best suited for those with a keen interest in advancing the development of youth through sports. Prior knowledge of youth soccer is welcomed, but not required.
Committee opportunities include fields/equipment, publicity, referees, teams and uniforms. Persons interested may contact Linda Cowling at 660-654-1789 or Shana Norris at 660-635-0103.

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Laredo Sweeps Pleasant View

The Laredo and Pleasant View fifth and sixth grade basketball teams were in action, facing off against each other on Thursday night. Laredo took both games, winning the girls’ contest 23-17 and the boys’ contest 34-16.
In the girls game, Laredo got 12 points from Grace Larson. Pleasant View, meanwhile, got 11 from Teya Cooksey. The boys contest saw Cooper Lewis score 20 for Laredo and Logan Foster added 10.

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Lady Pirates Sign Canadian Pitcher

2-26 Jessica StuparSubmitted Photo
Jessica Stupar of Spruce Grove, Alberta in Canada has signed a national letter of intent to join the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates softball team. Stupar attends Spruce Grove Composite High School and earned the 2014 Top Defense Award while playing with the Edmonton Warriors. She is a pitcher and second baseman. Jessica is pictured above, seated, with her parents, Glenn and Kerri Stupar. Pictured in the

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Pleasant View Splits With Chula

The Pleasant View R-6 fifth and sixth grade basketball teams drew a split with Chula on Tuesday night, taking the girls’ game 17-3 and falling in the boys’ contest 32-31.
In the girls’ game, Pleasant View led 5-3 at halftime, but outscored the Lady Bobcats 12-0 in the second half to pull away for the victory. Megan Spencer had eight points to pace the Lady Blue Jays and Teya Cooksey

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Deer Management Workshop In Jamesport

The Missouri Department of Conservation will host a Deer Management Workshop in Jamesport on Saturday, March 7. The workshop is free and will run from 9 a.m. to noon at the A.V. Spillman Event Center in Jamesport.
Topics at the event will be designed to educate property managers about white-tail deer and how land management can improve deer quality and quantity. MDC Staff will discuss how to manage land for

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